With Brett Favre's retirement -- he recently filed the official papers with the NFL -- and the pending free agency of Tarvaris Jackson, the only Vikings quarterback under contract is rookie Joe Webb, and he is viewed more as a project than as someone who can assume control of the veteran-laden roster. Minnesota selects 12th in the upcoming draft.
"We're the one team in our division that doesn't have a concrete starter," Frazier said. "We're kind of looking up at the rest of our division at that position, but we've got to address that this offseason and hopefully find the right guy. One thing about our roster, we've got the pieces in place at certain positions. We've got Pro Bowlers at certain positions.
"We've got find that balance, what's best for us. So we've got to explore all avenues. We don't think we're that far away, but we have to get the right guy under center. Otherwise, we'll fall further behind people in our division. The two teams that played in the NFC Championship Game (Green Bay and Chicago) are from our division. That tells you we've got a tough division. We've got to get it right at quarterback, whether it be a veteran or a young guy."